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Tour Striker Tip – Hitting Your Driver Longer – Crack The Whip

Thank you for watching the Tour Striker Golf Channel! These videos are truly a joy to make, and I hope they will help improve your game. However, nothing beats face-to-face, hands-on learning….

Brian’s Video Golf Tips – Hit Your Long Irons Higher, Straighter, & Longer

Brian's Video Golf Tips - Hit Your Long Irons Higher, Straighter, & Longer

In this video Brian Johnson, PGA Teaching Professional at Elmcrest Country Club in Cedar Rapids, IA, explains why longer irons are more difficult to hit and how two simple tips will bring more…

Distance from the Golf Ball Tip: How to Properly Address the Golf Ball Every Time

Visit to learn more about training for a career in golf at National University Golf Academy. Ken Green, Golf Instructor at Aviara Golf Academy, explains how to…

David Leadbetter Longer Drive Golf Tip

David Leadbetter Longer Drive Golf Tip

Golf Life Television presents a golf tip from Legendary golf coach David Leadbetter. Visit and for more great video features visit us …
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Discmania Deep in the Game: Ep 2 - Backhand (Instructional Disc Golf video)

Go deep in the game of Disc Golf with Discmania! Click the CC button for captions. In this second episode of the series, Disc Golf world champion Avery Jenki…
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How to Driver a Golf Ball Longer and Straighter

How to Driver a Golf Ball Longer and Straighter

How to Driver a Golf Ball Longer and Straighter?

As a golf lover, do you wish to know how to drive a golf ball straight? Here are some tips that hopefully will help you become a better driver from the tee. Maybe some of thoes tips you have already been used.Just think how much easier golf would be if you drove it down the fairway most of the time. There are several factors that play a role with your golf swing and more so with the driver since it is

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the longest club in the bag. If you slice the golf ball then you will naturally have a bigger slice with the driver. This means that if you know how to drive a golf ball straight then it should become much easier to hit your irons straight. Don’t you think so?Believing you can smash the golf ball down the middle of the fairway is the first step. If you scored poorly on the previous hole then that may be all you are thinking about especially if you had a great round going. Make sure you have proper equipment. A 10 degree driver is very adequate. Most pros have this kind of driver and have great success.Use the

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proper grip pressure. You can easily practice this at home. Take a full tube of toothpaste (take the cap off too) and gently sqeeze it with your whole hand. You want to sqeeze with enough force that the toothpaste almost comes out. That’s about how hard you should grip the club. If you find the club slips out of your hand, then your grips on your club need to be replaced. Someone at the local clubhouse at the golf course can tell you who can do that for you. However, don’t take the toothpaste out to the golf course. It’s just not right! When you step up to the tee box it is very hard not to notice water or sand if our slice is bound to push the ball in one of the two hazards.

Start to focus on the fairway after you notice any type of hazard. It is helpful to
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visualize your entire golf shot prior to hitting. See yourself making a perfect swing and see the ball landing exactly where you want it to land – down the middle of the fairway.By coordinating your body so the weaker side of your body doesn’t get in the way of your stronger side, you’ll be swinging smoother with more power without trying to swing harder. Remember those tips in your mind and make more practice you will get a good swing.

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How much longer should I drive at a regular course versus a driving range?

Question by Smelly: How much longer should I drive at a regular course versus a driving range?
A new ball should drive longer then a driving range ball, right? I usually hit between 200-230 yards at a driving range before my ball his the ground. I am using the same swing and power I would at a golf course. Also, by the way, I’m a total newbie. I have only been going to the driving range for 2 months.

Best answer:

Answer by Robert
depends on the ball and the ground hardness

What do you think? Answer below!